Early this morning, russian missiles once again attacked numerous targets across Ukraine, including energy facilities.

Unfortunately, the largest hydroelectric power plant in Ukraine, the Dnipro hydroelectric power plant in Zaporizhzhia, was hit. Terrorists did not calm down after destroying the Kakhovka HPP and are now trying to create a new environmental disaster by cynically attacking the Dnipro HPP's hydraulic structures and dam, said in Ukrhydroenergo.

The fire at the plant is currently ongoing. Emergency services and power engineers are working at the site, overcoming the consequences of numerous air strikes.

There is no threat of a breakthrough.

CEO of Ukrhydroenergo said this on the air of Radio Svoboda:

- There was a missile attack on the Dnipro HPP this morning, March 22. Both stations and the dam are currently damaged.

- Two rockets hit the Dnipro HPP-2 directly. The missiles hit the pillar. Crane beams are broken.

- Both stations are currently out of operation.

- Currently, the plant is taking all measures to raise the gates and allow water to flow downstream.

- The world's insufficient response to the destruction of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station provoked the enemy to see no significant consequences for itself. That is why Russia continues to attack Ukrainian hydroelectric facilities. This is a great danger that could lead to an environmental disaster.